Bulletin September 2022

Bulletin September 2022

CELEBRATION OF THE EUCHARIST

Saturday, September 3rd  and Sunday, September 4th, 2022
23rd SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
5:00 p.m.For the People of the Parish
9:00 a.m.For All Those Who Have Died of COVID-19
11:00 a.m.Deceased Members of the O’Shaughnessy
  
Mon. Sept. 5th    Ferial
9:00 a.m.For the Sick
Tues. Sept. 6th  Ferial
9:00 a.m.For the Poor & Homeless
Wed. Sept. 7th         Ferial
7:00 p.m.NO MASS
Thur. Sept. 8th    The Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary
9:00 a.m.Rita O’Hagan by Marlynne Danaher
Fri. Sept. 9th     Ferial
9:00 a.m.Claude Messager by the Galand family
  
Saturday, Sept. 10th and Sunday, Sept. 11th, 2022
24th SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
5:00 p.m.Francesco Costantini by Mary & Frank Biringer
9:00 a.m.For the People of the Parish
11:00 a.m.Marie Boisclair by the Galand family
  
Mon. Sept. 12th    Ferial
9:00 a.m.W. H. Hung by his daughter
Tues. Sept. 13th  St. John Chrysostom
9:00 a.m.Anatole Lesyk by his wife Maria
Wed. Sept. 14th         The Exaltation of the Holy Cross
7:00 p.m.NO MASS
Thur. Sept. 15th    Our Lady of Sorrows
9:00 a.m.Lothar Frei by Ingrid Barth & family
Fri. Sept. 16th     St. Cornelius & St. Cyprian
9:00 a.m.For All Those Recovering From COVID-19
  
Saturday, Sept. 17th and Sunday, Sept. 18th 2022
25th SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
5:00 p.m.Gerry Lalancette by Helen Brimo & family
9:00 a.m.Elzina Coffey by Sandra Coffey & family
11:00 a.m.For the People of the Parish
  
Mon. Sept. 19th     Ferial
9:00 a.m.Marie Boisclair by the Galand family
Tues. Sept. 20th   St. Andrew Kim Tae-gŏn, St. Paul Chŏng Ha-sang & Companions
9:00 a.m.Jean Pierre Joncas by his wife Shirley
Wed. Sept. 21st         St. Matthew
7:00 p.m.NO MASS
Thur. Sept. 22nd   Ferial
9:00 a.m.Hedwig Bessler by Ingrid Barth & family
Fri. Sept. 23rd      St. Pius of Pietrelcina
9:00 a.m.Nuala Connolly by Jean & Tony Ronci
Saturday, Sept. 24th  and Sunday, Sept. 25th, 2022
26th SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
5:00 p.m.For the People of the Parish
9:00 a.m.For a Peaceful Dialogue Between Nations
11:00 a.m.Francesco Perri by Linda Perri
  
Mon. Sept. 26th     St. John de Brébeuf, St. Isaac Jogues & Companions, Secondary Patrons of Canada
9:00 a.m.For All Frontline Workers
Tues. Sept. 27th   St. Vincent de Paul
9:00 a.m.Rita O’Hagan by Kelly, Nick & family
Wed. Sept. 28th          Ferial
7:00 p.m.NO MASS
Thur. Sept. 29th     St. Michael, St. Gabriel & St. Raphael
9:00 a.m.For the Mental Health of Our Parishioners
Fri. Sept. 30th      St. Jerome
9:00 a.m.Carol Rebeyro & Deceased Family Members by the Cotta family
  
Saturday, Oct. 1st  and Sunday, Oct. 2nd, 2022
27th SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
5:00 p.m.Mathai Paily by the Pattara family
9:00 a.m.For the People of the Parish
11:00 a.m.Evelyn McGuire by Joan Mitchell

Please note that the Parish Office will be closedon Monday, September 5th for Labour Day.


CHILDREN’S FAITH EDUCATION

Registration for catechism and preparation for the sacraments of First Communion and Confirmation will be held in-person on the weekends of September 10th & 11th and September 17th & 18th at the Parish Office after the Saturday 5pm and Sunday 9am Masses, and before the Sunday 11am Mass.  Fee for the program is $90 payable by cash, cheque, debit, or credit.


PARISH B.B.Q. – SEPTEMBER 11thFood, fun and community spirit!

St. Edmund’s Annual Parish BBQ returns on September 11th starting with the Celebration of Mass by Father Jess at 11am followed by BBQ at noon. Children’s activities are planned. Hamburgers, hot dogs, chips & refreshments will be served. Tickets are $5 per person or $20 per family and will be available after all weekend Masses and at the Parish Office on weekdays. Make sure you buy your tickets in advance! Please bring your lawn chairs. ALL ARE WELCOME!

Pickrell’s Ice Cream Truck will park in front of the church, ready to serve ice cream in your favourite flavour at an extra cost of $4 per cone – don’t forget to bring pocket change!

(In case of rain, the event will be postponed to Sunday, September 25th.)

PAPAL INTENTION FOR THE MONTH OF SEPTEMBER

For the abolition of the death penalty~ We pray that the death penalty, which attacks the dignity of the human person, may be legally abolished in every country.

EPISCOPAL ORDINATION OF THE MOST REVEREND FRANK LEO

You are cordially invited to join with the faithful of Montreal on the occasion of the Episcopal Ordination of the Most Reverend Frank Leo, Titular Bishop of Tamada and Auxiliary Bishop of Montréal. The celebration will take place on the Memorial of the Most Holy Name of Mary on Monday, September 12th at 7:30 pm at Mary Queen of the World Cathedral. The celebration will also be livestreamed on the diocesan Facebook page and on the Diocese of Montreal’s YouTube channel.

NEW MEMBERS TO OUR CATHOLIC COMMUNITY

We are pleased to welcome Liam Linsenbarth Asenjo, William Joseph Church, Adriana Franco Mercure and Luca Dominic Perricone who were baptized in the Parish during the month of August.

PASTORAL MINISTRY BEFORE THE ORDINATION

As announced earlier, Benny Augustine has started his pastoral ministry before the ordination to be a Permanent Deacon. He is serving our parish community in three different ways:

1) Holy Communion – He will be available to bring Holy Communion to those who are hospitalized or             homebound. The requests can be placed through the Parish Office.

2) Sharing the Word of God – There will be a monthly sharing of the Word of God through Zoom starting in October on every First Friday at 8 pm for 30 minutes. The zoom link will be in the October bulletin.

3) Evangelization – He may reach out to you during the next 7 months by visiting you, listening to you and praying with you.  If you are interested in having Benny visit you, please contact the Parish Office at 514-695-7100.

WORLD DAY OF MIGRANTS AND REFUGEES – SEPTEMBER 25th

Sunday, September 25th is the 108th World Day of Migrants and Refugees under the theme: Building the Future with Migrants and Refugees. An occasion to express support and concern for people who are forced to flee their homes, to encourage Catholics worldwide to remember and pray for those displaced by conflict and persecution and increase awareness about the opportunities that migration offers. It was first celebrated in 1914.


LET US PRAY FOR THOSE WHO ARE SICK

Those in need of our prayers: David Brewer, Gordon Deery, Rosemarie Elisan, John Hillhouse, Connie Iacovelli, Hélène Parent, Marianne Pérignon, Larry Poulin & Griselda Rella Cortés.

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